BARE: More antique rugs and textiles

Category: Fairs and conferences

Berlin Antique Rugs & Textile Exhibition has just ended Sunday 2 June 2013 at 18.00 after four pleasant days for both visitors and dealers. The visitors seemed happy with the high standard of the exhibited rugs and most dealers reported about sales and were generally satisfied with the inaugual Berlin antique rug fair.

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Finely woven kilim from the Mazandaran area. Exhibitor Werner Weber, Zurich
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Qashqai kilim circa 1930. Exhibitor N. Vrouyr, Antwerpen
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Late 19th century Khamseh rug. Exhibitor Max Lerch
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Beshir circa 1830. Exhibitor Alberto Levi
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Kuba dated 1875. Exhibitor Foumani, Amsterdam
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Yomud asmalyk second half 19th century. Exhibitor James Cohen
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Central Asian Suzani mid 19th century. Exhibitor Nonplusultra
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Khotan carpet. Exhibitor Adil Besim
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Konya 17th or 18th century. Exhibitor Sarkan Sari
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Mid 19th century Kazak made for domestic use. Exhibitor Herbert Bieler

“We will repeat BARE next year” said the organizer Tim Steinert, Carpet Collector, to Jozan Magazine.

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